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A: I don't understand.

B: Of course you do/Of course you don't

That's the question, which one is correct in order to confirm what "A" said?

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Both are correct.If the second person doesn't agree, the sentence should be affirmative

But you do.

If the second person agrees, the sentence should be negative

Of course you don't.

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Short answer:

You can to use just "of course", it is easy, short and clear.

Long answer:

We can to split the phrases and understand everything more.

I [don't] understand. Negative

Of course you [don't]. If you don't understand, the sentence has to use the negative form.

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  • Don't capitalize the first word after a comma! (Unless it is a proper noun.) Aug 18 '16 at 22:18
  • "It doesn't make any problem" is not idiomatic. Aug 18 '16 at 23:27
  • @Mattew In English, we use the bare infinitive after "can." It's We can split, not We can to split. Aug 19 '16 at 2:39

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